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3020 Views 8 Replies Latest reply: Sep 14, 2009 10:41 AM by Ontarioman
When you say "webforms' do you mean PDF files, because that's what Adobe reader would be used for, not actual forms on a web page.
If so, you don't need Adobe Reader; Safari has the ability to display PDF files built-in, with no other software required.iMac 15" 1.35 Ghz PPC G4, Mac OS X (10.4.11), 1 GB RAM
Well, that is what baffles me. It’s not a pdf file, but it requires Adobe Reader
KlausMacBook, Mac OS X (10.5.7)
The web page isn't a PDF file, but the documents they show you or link to when you log in and search for property are PDF files, and Safari should have no trouble displaying those. Since the sie was designed with Windoze users and IE in mind, that browser doesn't have the capability to display PDF files natively, so that's why they say Adobe Reader is required.
You should try disabling the View PDF files using Adobe Reader in Adobe Reader's preferences>Internet section, then restart Safari on your wife's computer and test it.iMac 15" 1.35 Ghz PPC G4, Mac OS X (10.4.11), 1 GB RAM
Try creating a new user account. That one won't have Adobe Reader installed, so if it works in that new account it tells you the problem is something in the regular user account.Mac mini G4, 1.42 Ghz, Mac OS X (10.4.11)
Did you ever get this problem resolved?
This is the same problem I am having in this thread:
You can see the steps I have taken, with no success. DId you and your wife have different versions of safari running?
I have done 2 fresh installs of Snow Leopard and have had no luck with either... Please let me know if you've solved this.MBP Unibody 2.53, 4 Gigs RAM, 320 HD, Mac OS X (10.6)
I an an assistant for a couple realtors who have the same problem. I think I have figured out what it is. Problem is that realtorlink webforms require active X controls to view properly, this can only be done with a Windows browser from what I am lead to believe.
If someone knows a way to do this without using Windows with Parallels or Crossover and IE 6 or 7 I would greatly appreciate the answer.
ClaytonMacbook 2.0 ghz white C2D, Mac OS X (10.6), iMac 20 inch C2D
My wife had the same problem on Filogixdms/webforms 4.4. It just downloaded the file and showed nothing but script. Running snow lepoard and the latest version of Safari on a new IMac.
In applications go to Safari and left click, and go to get info. Change to open in 32 bit mode.
Then go to adobe.com and down load the latest version of reader for Mac eventhough it's not for snow lepoard and install it.
Once I did that all worked well. Was able to create kits, fill out forms, save etc.
Hope it works for you.IMAC, Mac OS X (10.6)